BAD IDEA: A Free Monthly Comedy Show hosted by Zahid Dewji

htxcomedy & Pi Pizza Present

BAD IDEA: A Free Monthly Comedy Show hosted by Zahid Dewji

Bryson Brown, Rachel Streitmann, Josh Lathe, Jered McCorkle, Stephen Brandau, Yusef Roach

Fri, July 21, 2017

Doors: 7:45 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

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BAD IDEA: A Free Monthly Comedy Show hosted by Zahid Dewji
BAD IDEA: A Free Monthly Comedy Show hosted by Zahid Dewji
BAD IDEA: A Free Monthly Comedy Show on the Secret Group Patio hosted by Zahid Dewji

***FREE PIZZA from Houston's Pi Pizza (www.pipizzahtx.com)***

Patio will open at 7:45 pm (15 minutes early) for RSVP Ticket seating. Doors for non-ticket holders will open at 8:00 pm. Show at 8:15 pm. If it rains, the show will be moved to the barroom stage, which has ample seating.

This month's show features highly credited comics from Houston, Austin & Oklahoma City!

Bryson Brown HTX
Rachel Streitmann ATX
Josh Lathe OKC
Jered McCorkle ATX
Stephen Brandau HTX
Yusef Roach ATX


... you never know who will pop in!

Grab your FREE RSVP tickets fast for guaranteed seating, this show always sells out!

Follow the show on twitter / friend us on Venmo at @BADIDEASHOW !
Bryson Brown
Bryson Brown
Bryson Brown is an up and coming stand-up comedian, writer, and actor from Austin, TX based out of Houston, TX.
Bryson’s journey in stand-up comedy would start after leaving college; remember seeing one of his now favorite comics Ali Saddiq preforming during all of the college events sparked the feeling to want to do stand-up comedy. Trying his hand at acting and not feeling fulfilled he walked into Cap City Comedy Club and it just happened to be open mic night thus the road to becoming a great comedian started.
Bryson’s smooth and laid back approach to everyday life situations makes him a crowd favorite. His popular stage phrase "I just want err body to feel comfortable” will make you do just that. The ability to pick through the smallest point of the subject, and always choosing material that’s close to his situation enables him to write and also keep his stage show fresh. Being able to adapt to any crowd has allowed him to perform at colleges, military functions, business functions, and comedy clubs across Texas and the U.S.
Rachel Streitmann
Rachel Streitmann
Rachel Streitmann is a lame from Houston originally, but has resided in Austin for 8 years. She's been on Houston's Come and Take It festival, and featured for quite a few assholes.
Josh Lathe
Josh Lathe
Josh Lathe has been performing stand-up comedy for 7 years, and also has taken 1 improv class. He has produced and hosted some of Oklahoma City's most popular comedy shows (Josh and Heather's Good Time Fun Show, Comedy Fight League), and opened for really great comics who have asked that he not mention them in his bio. His comedy is "known for it's high energy and comedic pomp." Josh feels like a total sell-out writing this bio, and his head shot is probably just a selfie from Instagram.
Jered McCorkle
Jered McCorkle
A gay veteran with a philosophy degree, Jered McCorkle has a lot of ammo for the astute but goofy observational humor he uses to torpedo his audiences. Jered has been a semi-finalist in the 2016 and 2017 Funniest Person in Austin contest, and he hosts and produces a number of comedy shows including the Double Barrel comedy showcase in Austin as well as the Kappa Sigma Chucklebucket show at Southwestern University. He also hosts Leading the Blind, a weekly comedy podcast.
Stephen Brandau
Stephen Brandau
Stephen Brandau wanted to give TED talks but found the barrier to entry for stand up was easier to get through. He's a native Houstonian and one of the founders of The Secret Group. He tells jokes about drugs, sex, and his time spent in China.
Yusef Roach
Yusef Roach
Based in Austin, Texas, Yusef started performing comedy in January 2013 and has since taken nothing by storm. He can occasionally be seen at the Velveeta Room or Cap City Comedy Club.

He has performed on Moontower Comedy Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, Sound On Sound Fest, Bridgetown Comedy festival, Hell Yes Fest (NOLA), the Out of Bounds Festival (ATX), and the SLC Comedy Carnivale (UT).
Venue Information:
The Secret Group
2101 Polk Street
Houston, TX, 77003